4949 Tealtown Rd
Join Dr. Hedeen as he tells the story of when our area was a warm sea, a glaciated terrain, a cold woodland, and a closed temperate forest. Come enjoy Dr. Hedeen’s easygoing conversational style and vast knowledge of the area as he explains what makes Cincinnati special.
Dr. Stan Hedeen taught ecology for over four decades at Xavier University, where he also variously served as Biology Department Chair and Dean of Arts and Sciences. He has published papers on such topics as population ecology, animal behavior, and water pollution, as well as books about the Natural History of Cincinnati, Little Miami River, the Mill Creek, and Big Bone Lick.
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